OUR VISION AND VALUES
Hampton Park Secondary College is a very diverse multi-cultural community, where all college members can expect to feel included and be treated with respect. Our values of Respect, Learning and Working Together guide our school programs and practice within and outside the classroom. Hampton Park Secondary College is known for its partnership of students, staff and parents, working together to meet the needs of students and supporting their active participation in the local and global communities.
We educate all students to become valued contributors in a world of change and complexity. We welcome all students into a culture that celebrates their individuality and connections, fostering a sense of belonging and inspiring the pursuit of their potential. Our students learn to be critical thinkers who are self-reflective, self-disciplined and motivated, empathetic and socially competent. By participating in an educational community with these values, our students will acquire knowledge, capabilities and attitudes that will serve them today and in the future.
Principal David Finnerty
Hampton Park VIC 3976
FAX: (03) 8795 9455
Hampton Park Secondary College
On Wednesday 12th August twelve of our fantastic VCE musicians will grace the stage in our very own RPAC in a Casey cluster schools event – STATE OF THE ARTS. These students will participate in a dress rehearsal on the day in P2 and P3 as well as the evening...read more
While HPSC was celebrating Multi-Cultural Week, Ms Saracino’s Year 10 Food and Food Service students were learning about traditional bush foods that the Aboriginals cooked for their survival. Students learnt about the history-rich Aboriginal culture and caught a...read more
On Thursday 28th May Ms Gatsios, Ms Holmes & Ms Grant took 30 Year 12 VCAL students to the RSPCA in Burwood to consolidate their understanding and increase their awareness of community engagement of animal welfare. We began the day with the educators discussing...read more
Ashetra De Silva in Sri Lankan dress; Semiramise Felise in Samoan dress; Janis Reyes in Hawaiian dress; Pene Va in Samoan dress. Picture: Jason Sammon Courtesy of the Cranbourne Leader More than 1200 students from Hampton Park Secondary College and Casey campus of...read more
From the left – Mr Coles, Jurel Ortencio, Zoe Dekker, Pene Va, Alejandro Gonazalez, Raymon Tiu Ululeleta On Thursday the 7th of May, Mr Coles and a group of students from HPSC competed in the Junior Battle of the Bands Competition. Here is a recap of the day...read more
Sweet Sounds of History Posted on 06 November 2014 by Cranbourne News By BRIDGET SCOTT Students from Hampton Park Secondary College got a taste of history last week when Aboriginal singer-songwriter Archie Roach performed at the school. Teacher Geoff Shinkfield...read more